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Sunday,23 July 2017
Talks with Qatar hinge on change in policies, says Gargash
UAE Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash said there should be a "review of actions"...
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UAE credit demand rises 'slightly' – central bank
Latest Credit Sentiment Survey shows respondents optimistic for the third quarter...
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Prominent Saudi woman speaks out against Islamophobia
Lama Al Sulaiman urges world not to brand all Muslims as “corrupt illegals”...
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Dubai to offer commercial licences to investors in just 5 minutes
Dubai Economy expects 2,000 licenses to be registered in the last half of 2017...
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Etihad Airways one of 10 bidding for Alitalia
UAE national carrier, which owns 49% of Italian airline, made a non-binding offer for total takeover, according to Italian media...
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Sacoor Brothers launches affordable men’s line
Iconyc starts at AED175 and boasts essential items that “never go out of style”...
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Kuwaiti FINA official elected after scandal denial
Husain al-Musallam was elected unopposed as first vice-president...
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UAE nationals can use SmartGate at Australian airports
Emiratis need to get pre-arrival electronic entry visa to use the service...
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Sharjah to develop a new $30m private jet terminal
Gama will also provide ground handling services at the new terminal...
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Dubai Aerospace says raises $2.3bn in bonds
Company said it would use part of the proceeds to fund acquisition of AWAS Group...
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Photos
In pictures: UAE Team Emirates in Tour de France action
UAE Time Emirates made their Tour de France debut this year...
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In pictures: Souk Okaz Festival in the Saudi city of Taif
Souk Okaz was an authentic historical destination of the same name held in the same place in the ancient past....
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In pictures: Earthquake strikes Greek holiday island of Kos and Turkish Aegean coast
A powerful earthquake sent a building crashing down on tourists at a bar on the Greek holiday island of Kos and struck panic on the nearby shores of T...
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Videos
Video: Hyperloop completes its first successful test ride
The Hyperloop is one step closer to becoming a reality. If it works, the new form of transportation could mean a journey from LA to San Francisco city...
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Video: This Rolls-Royce could be the most expensive new car ever built
The Rolls-Royce Sweptail is a one of a kind car built specifically for a customer at a hefty price — $13 million according to The Telegraph....
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Editor's Choice
UAE lifts ban on Qatari sports broadcaster
Telecoms operator Etisalat says the provision of the beIN Sports package will be subject to 'ongoing review'...
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Emirates-flydubai deal 'will boost midmarket hotels'
Dubai hoteliers forecast rise of value offerings following airlines’ partnership...
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The top performing Dubai district for rents might surprise you
Jumeirah Lake Towers, long seen as the less desirable cousin of neighbouring Dubai Marina, is providing resilient...
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Jeddah apartment rents rebound after slump caused by expat exit
Residential sales prices and rents in Saudi city remain relatively stable over the second quarter of 2017...
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Opinion
Three benefits of having a mentor in the UAE
Opinion - While success is often put down to hard work and the right attitude, an often overlooked attribute of success is the support and guidance of...
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Why decoding company culture matters, especially in Dubai
Decoding culture is the key to successful teamwork in one of the world’s most cosmopolitan cities...
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Featured Analysis
Why balanced leadership matters: Stephanie Aboujaoude
For Stephanie Aboujaoude, the Rezidor Group's women and leadership champion for the Middle East, the region has a lot of catching up to do...
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Raytheon targets protecting GCC's tech growth plans
As the GCC increasingly turns to technology to advance and enhance its economy, cyber warfare has become a real threat to nations. Raytheon is on a mi...
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Helping the nation's youth play a role in Expo 2020 Dubai
The leaders of Expo 2020 Dubai are adamant the event places young people at its core and have appointed Alya Al Ali to oversee a diverse youth engagem...
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Reader Comments
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Revealed: 51 Dubai projects under liquidation process

" What about Projects in JLT DMCC that has been shelved. Cluster K (K2 & K3) was launched by ... AL... "
Posted By: Nirlipta Raychaudhuri
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Reducing Dubai taxi working hours will keep us all safer

" Giving them a day off is indeed a good step and will improve safety on the road as well since... "
Posted By: Juzer Mohammed
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MidEast buyers snap up 40% of Bahrain-backed London scheme

" We mentioned the benefits of investing close to Crossrail stations on our website last year. There are still a number... "
Posted By: Luxus Hauser
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Driving along Dubai's roads makes us ask if we are racists

" "indians do not live with canadians". I'm a 6th gen white Canadian and my wife is Indian, born in Mumbai". most... "
Posted By: Michael Mac
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It's time for restaurants to stop shaming smokers

" @Frankiejo Smoking in public places restricts others from breathing in fresh clean air and possibly giving them a headache. It's restricting... "
Posted By: Aiswaya Suresh
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